How the hell do you organize your paperwork?
DS is 3 and was diagnosed with autism at 2. I have evaluations and paperwork from when he was 1 and was determined to just have a speech delay. I have the paperwork from when I pushed for an autism evaluation. I have all the in-between early intervention paperwork. I have various brochures/informational packets/flyers/business cards that people have given me. I have the names of many organizations dealing with many different aspects of ASD/SN/IEPs. I have paperwork from therapies. I have lots of paperwork from our pediatrician on his food allergies. I now have a giant stack of paper from our school district with his evaluations and IEP.
I was keeping things in folders, and then I started putting some things in sheet protectors in a big binder so I could flip through them easily. But I also have an ever-growing stack of papers that just need a neat, organized place to stay. I told DH that I wondered if I should just scan things and store them online, rather than keeping all the hard copies. But I'm never sure about that!
I'm still in the very early stages here, and I know some of you have been doing this for a while and are probably organizational rock stars. I would really appreciate any tips/advice/suggestions/websites to look at - anything!